Here’s our recipe for food fun:
- Take 2 registered dietitian moms
- Mix them with a group of 3-to-6 year old kids
- Add a handful of playful and educational food activities
- Stir in some lively songs about food
- Add a pinch of surprise with taste tests
What do you get?
We put the fun in food
Registered Dietitian Toni Bloom has assisted Moms, kids, major Silicon Valley corporations, the US Olympic Synchronized Swim Team and others on healthy eating for nearly 20 years. She has combined her passion for nutrition with lessons learned at home teaching her own young children about food exploration. The result is Funfoodle, an eight-week interactive experience in which kids learn to embrace new foods, overcome resistance to meal time and make new friends.
Edible Lessons in Food and Fun
Have your kids ever touched and peeled an ear of corn? Have they smelled the difference between canned corn and a farm-fresh alternative? Have they ever tasted the difference between cooked corn and popcorn? This is how we explore just one of many Foods-of-the-Day at Funfoodle.
Research shows that children who learn about food in an interactive, engaging fashion and experience it with their peers are most likely to learn healthy eating which reduces meal time “food fights” with Mom and Dad.
Our name says it all. We put the fun in food.